VCR Presentation #5
Fill in the blank.
- Happiness is considered an imponderable because it can never be measured with a unit of measurement.imponderably (adv.)
Medieval Latin word: imponderabilis
1794: in (meaning "not") + ponderable (meaning "able to be thought about intensely")
Find the letter of the sentence in which the word in bold-faced type is used incorrectly.
b. The selflessness in her personality was entirely imponderable -- there was none to be found.
c. The total number of stars in the sky can't really be known because they are so imponderable.
d. I can hardly comprehend the world population and its imponderability with a new person being born while another dies less than every second.